I could literally spend hours just running around the world of Elden Ring. I get sidetracked so easily. Like, I'll be heading towards where I'm supposed to go and then it's like, materials! Things to kill! What the fuck is that thing over there?! Investigate! And then I find myself way off course because I was off chasing mobs and shit. But, I'm loving it. I honestly have never been the biggest Souls fan, I love the difficulty of them, but I really have to be in a certain mood to sit down and play one. But with Elden Ring, I'm hooked, I absolutely love the game!
Went to the job fair today, and I was there all of five minutes. I turned in my application, and the person I was talking to looked it over real quick, saw that I had worked the tri-tip booth, asked if I'd like to work there again, and then said she would forward my info to Lisa. So, yeah. I just have to wait on Lisa's call now. I'm really hoping she gets in touch sooner rather than later, as last time she left it to the last minute. I'd like to be able to plan things accordingly. So yeah, it's just a waiting game now.
The Ren Faire job fair is tomorrow at 11. I'm pretty stoked about it. Working it for the first time in 2019 was a lot and I don't think I was fully prepared for all of it, but it was also immensely fun and an experience I throughly enjoyed, even if it did mean missing Easter with my family, and nearly missing my nephew's birthday. I'm really hoping I can talk to Lisa, the woman who owns like half the Faire, and see if I can work for her again in the same booth. And if not, maybe I'll go for tickets or try for a drink booth. They make bank on tips. Working it before is a big plus in their eyes, because I know what to expect and how to act. So, I'm really looking forward to it. Hopefully it goes in my favor.
I've only had the chance to play Elden Ring for a little bit yesterday. But holy fuck, what I played has me hooked. This game is gorgeous. I can't wait to immerse myself in the world once again when I get off work today. Logan has his daughter for the weekend, which is perfect for me since he'll be busy with her, I can be busy with the game.
I still haven't finished the campaign for Witch Queen. It's been really slow going since I've been running everything on legendary and running solo, so there's been a lot of dying and restarting. Plus, I just am not in a rush to get through it. I'm not really all that invested. I doubt I'll get much higher than 100 with the season pass. It's just not something I'm concerned with. Destiny has lost its death grip on me. I've gotten so bored with the game. And while Witch Queen adds some things I'm interested in, and has made some good changes with other things, I'm just not all that into it as a whole.
The Witch Queen dropped for Destiny 2 today. I've played only a little bit of it, running all the story missions on the harder difficulty instead of running them on normal then again on legandary. So, it's slower going since I've been running it all solo. But, I'm getting it done. The story is meh, from what I've seen of it. Oh no, the Hive are being baddies again. Go figure. It's nothing new. But, I'm really into the core game changes, Gambit, weapons crafting, and such. It'll make playing fun again, at least for a little while. I'm mostly just waiting on Elden Ring to drop. Logan got it for me, and I'm pretty hyped about playing it. Plus, Chris is getting it as well, so we'll probably team up on game. So far I'm not horribly disappointed with Witch Queen, but I don't think it's enough to keep me invested in the game like I used to be. I think it'll be like playing one or two days a week kind of deal.
It suddenly hit me at 2 in the morning that I should pull my Ren Faire garb out of my closet and see what still works. While everything does still fit and looks good, I realize I only have two skirts, one chemise, and one bodice that is on the cheaper side. I never got a belt or accessories of my own, since I used Donna's the entire run of the 2019 season. So, taking that into account, I was up until 5 looking for appropriate garb to buy. And it struck me that this is something I should have been doing slowly over the last two years. Because Faire season starts in April, and to get everything I need/want, it's going to cost me. A lot. Since I have to do it all in one go as opposed to just buying a piece at a time over the two year period where we had no Faire season due to Covid. But I am clearly not smart. So, here I go, dropping about $600 on some skirts, some tops, a belt, two pouches, and a tankard. I am a fucking idiot.
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